Being an effective Board member or Regional Chair requires a significant time commitment; therefore, it is essential that prospective members have the time available to dedicate to ACENZ business.
This will usually involve regular bi-monthly meetings, as well as a strategy day and attendance at important ACENZ events – together with other ACENZ business which is generally conducted by electronic means.
Overall a minimum commitment equivalent to one day each month may be required. It should be noted that while travel expenses are reimbursed, ACENZ Board members and Regional Chairs volunteer their time.
Why become a Board Member or Regional Chair?
These roles provide leadership and governance experience at a regional and national level. It will give you an insight into the consulting sector that is not available in a business role and is extremely valuable for your career development.
Your involvement also makes a positive impact on our sector and the excellent work that we carry out for society. There are unique opportunities for individuals to shape and guide the profession and connect with government and regulatory agencies in the pursuit of our goals. The roles also provide an insight into the strategic development of an organisation.
- Expressions of interest open (Thursday 6 June)
- Expressions of interest close (Friday 21 June)
- Board reviews expressions of interest (Friday 21 June to Friday 28 June)
- Board advises applicants (Friday 5 July)
- Notice of AGM (Thursday 11 July)
Expressions of Interest Process:
You will be asked to provide the following details through our online form:
- Your details
- Full name
- Email address
- Mobile phone number
- Your region
- Whether you would like to be considered for the Board, as a Regional Chair
- Your value
- A written statement (300 words max) outlining what value you would add to ACENZ. Please include:
- Your vision for ACENZ
- An outline of your current role and brief work history and the diversity of thought you bring
- A summary of your skills and experience which relate to governance